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mTN'iNn wi.t.nTiN. honomh.jt. t. n SATimnAV. .trt.v 11. ioos.
DEMOCRATS LINE UP
FOR HOT CAMPAIGN
DKNVBIl, Colo., July 10. Tliu National Committee will moot fori
((inference fit Lincoln, .Noli., on Monday. John l.ainli of lndlanu In men-1
tloni'd for the chairman ship.
DKNVBU, Colo., July 10. Win. J. Ilrynn announced tliut, If success
ful ut the polls, lie will not bo a candidate for reelection.
HAWAII MEN TO NOTIFY
DENVER, Colo., July 10. Harvey of ltiiwall Ik a member of llio com-
mlttoo to notify Ilrynn of his nomluutlon, mid Sliliuuun, from the saniu
Territory, In on the committee to notify Kern.
B. Kill OAVE HIS OPINIONS
PREVIOUS TO SAILING
NKW YOUIC, N. Y June il. Da
vlil II. Hill, former United States
Goniitor and for a long time leader of
tliu Democratic p.utj In thU State,
sailed for Europe today on tliu stonr.
cr Halt ic. Discussing his retirement
from politics, Mr. Hill said:
"There Is no Democrat lo. party.
When 1 met the lata Governor Alt
geld In n little room In u small Chi
cago hotel shortly before tho first bo
rallcd llryan convention, I told hlni
thai tho policies which ho represent
ed would drlvc'tlio Democratic party
to hell. Then when ho bogged for
unother try four yearn later, I iald
'you arc most there stop before you
have absolutely ruined the party.'
"I admit that tho Republican par
ty Is badly disorganized nt tho pres
ent time. Iloth parties are disorgan
ized. There was an opportunity, hut
I fear that It has been overlooked.
"They keynote of this political cam
palgn should bo Tnft, the candidate
of pollclcal patronage. What elao Is
he? Ho Is put before the peoplo as
a candidate by the power of political
patronage. Nothing else.
' "Now both Bides In tho coming po
litical struggle will have to.go to tbo
masses for their votes. They must
draw from the masses and what bet
ter man could stand against tho can
didate representing 'tho iiower of ia
tronago' than John Johnson, who
Bpent his boyhood days in a country
poorhotiEc. Think of it. Torchlight
processions with banners reading
'John Johnson, tho poorhousc candi
date.'' Tho Democratic party' nevor
wanted Mr. Hryau.yrMr. Ilrynn wan
ted the Democratic party. He forc
ed himself on tho party In IffOG,-
again on what was deft of tho party
in t'JOO, and now in lSOSho calls
himself the Democratic party and
cays 'I have kept the faith."
"Every time Bryan says ' kept
tho faith,' it makc3 mo smile. Ho lias,
kept the faith, Indeed. Ho kept It
out In Nebraska, his own State,,
which now Is Republican to Its po
KINDS OF POLYGAMY
I-ondon, June 111. The Rev. D. C.
Gardner of California, In discussing
murrlago and dlvorco nt the I'nn-An-gllcnn
congress In Westminster Ab
bey today, said that dlvorco, condi
tions In California were shocking,
nnd that statistics showed Hint there
was ono divorce In every bIx mar
riages In tho Statu.
Illshop William Crosswcll Doano of
Albany, N. Y Bald that there wero
two kinds of polygamy In the United
States, ono synchronous, called Mor-
monlsm, and the other successive,
called remarriage after dlvorco'. Ho
lead a paper on the subject of "Marriage-
in Christendom" In which ho
lcfcrred to the "almost shameful pre
eminence of America In what ono
might call tho dlvorco habit," tho
statistics of which were alarming -and
shocking to the last dcgice.
The public conscience, ho said,
was becoming .stirred and u wide
spread and strong movement was In-
progress in the United States toward
the causes of divorce, nnd arresting
the possibility of remarriage.
Canon Drown of Calcutta thought
tho congress ought to re-nfOrm that
whatever tha'.Stnto might do, It w,as
not the function of the church to re
marry divorcees while husband or
Wife was living. ThU expression of
opinion was greeted with loud ap
16,000-MILE OCEAN RACE
A SERIOUS COMEDY
Wrlghtem: I hope you will seo my
now comedy when It is staged next
Mrs. Weeds: nut I'm in mourning,
Wrlghtem: Oh, that doesn't matter
tho play is not nt all funny.
NBW YOUK, N. Y June 9.
News of tho ending of a remarkable
marine race of 1G.O0O mlles, from
Portland, Or., to Queonstown, which
waa won by the llrttish ship Clack
mannanshire, was received In' this
city today. Tho vessel, sailed from
Portland on January 11th In com
pany With 'the French bark Martha
Heux Two days beforo that tho
lTrltlsh. bark Gladys had sailed from
l'ortlnud for Queonstown and ns nil
three of tho vessels wero loaded with
wheat, much Interest was felt In a
piospecttvo raco around Capo Horn
nniUacross the Atlantic.
Tho real raco was begun off tha
mouth of tho Columbia river on Jan
uary 17th. According to informa
tion rerolvcd hero today, tho vessels
were In company almost throughout
the voyn.Ro and reached Quoenstown
In 137 days on Juno 2d. Kn route
.they passed several other vessels
which had sailed from Pacific Coat
ports several days earlier.
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